Coca-Cola ordered to recognise trade union at Ballina Beverages plant
But soft drink giant says ‘vast majority have no desire to be party to collective bargaining process’
Soft drink giant Coca-Cola has been told to recognise its workers’ right to union representation in its Ballina Beverages plant.
A group of workers had taken the case in June this year, looking to be represented by Siptu for the purposes of collective bargaining.
Coca-Cola disagreed, arguing that “the vast majority of the company’s employees have no desire to be a party to a collective bargaining process involving a trade union and their rights...
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